Good news to those that are obsessed about frame rates and resolution - Grand Theft Auto V should be able to run at 1080P on the PlayStation 4. Whilst the news doesn't come from Rockstar themselves, this information comes from Official PlayStation Magazine, so the information shared is most likely to be true.
Within the GTA V PS4 section in the magazine, it reads, "Glimmering 1080P presentation, fresh wild-life, 100 new songs, a bumper version of GTA Online, this is a sandbox you've dreamt about ever since you slotted Sony's angular baby under your TV."
We've already heard about the new songs being added to the radios in GTA V for next gen, and the fresh wildlife has also been mentioned by Rockstar.
We've come to expect a more improved version of GTA Online too, so the 1080P rumors within the Official PlayStation Magazine probably will turn out to be real information.
Whilst this magazine focuses on the PlayStation 4 version of GTA V, it is likely that the Xbox One will receive just as many features, and I don't see why there won't be 1080P options on there either.
If the Xbox One GTA V doesn't support 1080P there is bound to be a lot of controversy to follow.
One other thing that the Official PlayStation Magazine fails to mention is anything about frame rate. We can of course expect to see 30FPS, but will we manage to get any more than that when playing at 1080P?
Considering GTA V is such a large game, I would not be surprised if the frames were capped at 30, but we will have to see.